Pink Floyd begin streaming classic gigs in new weekly YouTube series
Written by VOP Admin on April 18, 2020
Beginning with 1994’s legendary show ‘Pulse’
Pink Floyd are the latest band to open their archives for fans pining for live shows during lockdown.
The legendary prog outfit began a new series on their YouTube channel today (April 17), which will see them posting unseen, rare and archival footage once a week.
They began the series with their show Pulse in full, recorded at the now-defunct Earls Court in London as part of a record-breaking 14-night residency in October 1994 and first released as a concert film in 1995.
The gig, part of their ‘Division Bell’ tour, saw the group playing their 1973 record ‘Dark Side Of The Moon’ in full, followed by hits including ‘Wish You Were Here’ and ‘Comfortably Numb’. You can watch it above.